The continuing PFAS contamination crisis means that an estimated 200 million Americans across 2,800 communities may have water that contains unhealthy levels of these harmful “forever chemicals.”

A home water filter can be a fantastic way to reduce the levels of PFAS you may be exposed to from drinking tap water. But with so many filters on the market claiming to eliminate PFAS, how can you know which is best?

EWG has the answer. Our scientists bought and used 10 different types of water filters, testing them in real homes using their water. We then measured how much each filter reduced PFAS. The good news? We found several filters that eliminate detectable PFAS from water.

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